You’ve arrived at your one-stop-shop for social events in Revelstoke this weekend: May 17-19. Scroll down to find out about a variety of daytime and evening events happening near you. Friday, May 17 Live Mural Painting with Benji Lowclass Art at...
Revelstoke mayor confirms two top City of Revelstoke staff are on paid leave
The bikes have arrived, the retail store has been transformed, and the excited screams of pipe coaster thrill-seekers will soon enough echo through the village plaza. With busy season just around the corner, things are certainly heating up at...
The project will provide local job and training opportunities, says Ministry of Transportation.
The RSS Choir will open the show and will also be joining Cat on stage for the show’s finale
The 24-unit housing project is set for completion in 2020.
Jacobson Ford’s “Fill The Truck Fundraiser “brings in donations of food, toys, treats and more.
Columbia Basin Trust supports Revelstoke’s Okanagan College campus with high-tech learning lab.
Shuswap organizations urge boaters and fishers to Clean, Drain, Dry and stop at watercraft inspection stations
Solutions are available. We must put all our efforts into reversing course now!
Kootenay-Columbia MP and federal NDP call for declaration of a climate and environment emergency.
Quick response by fire crews sees fire contained to one unit of the six-plex building.
Project to enhance the knowledge of Secwépemc landmarks and culture in the Shuswap.
Authors to make a stop at Revelstoke library
Judge determines complainant too intoxicated, unable to provide consent
Expect to see smoke from Mount Revelstoke soon due to prescribed burns designed to mitigate wildfire risk.
Friday, May 10 Locals' Month at The Cabin, 5 p.m. 'Locals month' means cheap bowling and drinks specials throughout the whole month of May! On Fridays, you can expect half price lane rentals, as well as happy-hour between 5-6 p.m. Click here...
The building services department is currently down five staff members due to vacancies and medical leave.
The Jazz Club will be welcoming Leila Neverland and Mountain Music to the stage on Friday, May 17. The performance will be taking place in the Selkirk Room at the Regent Hotel between 7-9 p.m. Leila is an energetic performer...
A recent study shows Canada’s climate is warming at twice the global rate and that to prevent environmental catastrophe, human behaviour must change.
“It could be in a dream, or even in a song lyric, that the vision of an idea comes to me,” said Lesley Mayfield, in an attempt to verbalize the process behind her unique and complex creations. “Once I start...